We’re better together this Family Day

Embrace the spirit of togetherness with four days of Gallery-wide fun this Family Day weekend at the AGO.

Writing against injustice

Acclaimed author and activist Desmond Cole is working to dispel notions that we live in a post-racial Canada. Learn more in advance of his talk at the AGO on February 5.

Storytime with Fay & Fluffy

Warm up at AGO All Hours this Saturday for a cozy day of art, pop-up tours, performances and storytelling from Toronto’s favourite drag educator/performers.

Word, sound and power

“Music can completely rearrange us, heal us and is one of the most uniting forces on Earth.” Meet R&B artist a l l i e, who headlines AGO All Hours this weekend. 

Talk future to me

Our fall lineup of future-focused talks was enlightening, to say the least. Just in case you weren’t around, we’ve got it all on video for you.

Snuggle up at AGO All Hours

Gather ‘round the campfire! Students from OCADU are about to give us a lesson in hygge-inspired coziness at the January 25 edition of our all-day, all-ages event.

A march of matriarchs

AGO Live is marching into 2020 with a bang, bringing you the Canadian premiere of Grandmother Mago: a unique performance art procession by Zadie Xa.

Caring with intention

How can museums most powerfully engage with the stories of historically marginalized people? On December 18, a discussion called Ways of Caring searches for insight at the AGO.

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